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Moving forward on marine litter

Every year, the Hong Kong Government, on average, collects 15,000 tonnes of marine litter, filling up 3,750 garbage cars. The rubbish is collected ...

06 Feb 2018 Read more »
Climate change is threatening our precious marine ecosystem. Some phenomenon, such as coral bleaching, may be “invisible” to many people, but are truly damaging.

Let Nature Shine

The 60+ symbol has become a fixture of the annual Earth Hour every March. Earth Hour is a global movement which brings millions together across the ...

06 Feb 2018 Read more »

Hong Kong ivory ban is now law WWF says it’s time to close all Asian illegal wildlife markets

A ban on the domestic ivory trade with no compensation by 2021 and an increase in the maximum penalty for wildlife crime offences to 10 years was ...

31 Jan 2018 Read more »
Shark

Keep shark fin out of cargo holds

A recent finding revealed that shark fin sold in the city’s dried seafood stores comprises at least 76 species (of sharks, batoids and chimaeras) of ...

29 Jan 2018 Read more »

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